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Whhooohhoo Its Friday and I am already sooo excited for the weekend. This week has been really tough at work and I have been waiting for it to end soon. Hope the next week would be better.

I made a card this morning for Digital Doodle Club Challenge and took the colors from Curtain Call color challenge#27. I didn't had a color challenge in mind for this card but the colors at current Curtain Call Challenge are fab and go well with my image.

This is what I did with the digi I received from Kathy for joining the Digital Doodles Club. She has some fab images and lots of fun challenges and freebies for the club members too :). Go and join the Digital Doodle Club now !!
And I really hope she likes what I did with her image :)

And surprisingly, I did the inside of this card too :)

I am putting this card for Sentimental Sundays Challenge which was to show flowers and sentiment.

Hope you like it!! Thanks for visiting!! 


  1. Fab!!! Love the textures and the cute stamp... :-)


  2. Very nice card i like the mixture papers

  3. Oh my gosh! This is sooooooo cute! Look at all those pretty flowers and sweet little bees! Love this....inside and out!

  4. nyc!!.. love the loads of hand-cutting!.. and the fauz stitching of course!! :D

  5. nice one...color mixture nd design too gud :)

  6. super cute, Ujjwal! the blooms are so darling:) thanks for playing along at the Curtain Call!

  7. Beautiful colors and textured background!! FANTASTIC card, Ujjwal !!

  8. beautiful, such a gorgeous design! thanks for playing along with us at Curtain Call this week! :)

  9. Olá, amiga!
    Passei para uma visitinha...
    Seu cantinho é criativo e muito lindo!...
    Feliz dia do trabalho!!!
    Hoje é só descanso!...
    Bom fim de semana!
    Beijinhos carinhosos.
    Itabira - Brasil.

  10. This card is so sweet Ujjwal. Love the colors and the cute little bees. ~Chelsea

  11. Oh this is so cute! Thanks so much for playing the Curtain Call this week! xxx

  12. This is adorable! I love the textured base! Love that you decorated the inside of the card too! :)

  13. I love it! Perfect sentiment to go along with such a beautiful card. Thank you for playing along at Sentimental Sundays :)
    - Ann


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